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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library

Founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1889, the University of Pikeville serves the Appalachian area. It is a four-year liberal arts college with graduate programs and is home to the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. The Special Collections and Archives of the Frank M. Allara Library are dedicated to preserving the unique history of the University of Pikeville, as well as that of the Appalachian area in which it is located. For other digitization efforts by the library, please visit the Digital Library of Appalachia, and Pass the Word. This digital archive of the Frank M. Allara Library chronicles the history of the University of Pikeville from its founding as the Pikeville Collegiate institute, until the year before the change to university status. This collection features the entire collection of yearbooks, as well as course catalogs and histories of the founding and growth of the University of Pikeville. Also available are the six volumes of the Pike County Historical Papers. These items relate to the history and genealogy of Pike and Floyd Counties in Kentucky.

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by Roberts, Leonard; Forsyth, Anna; Forsyth, Frank; Hobbs, Dorcas; Kelly, Claire; Editors
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Volume three of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: Correction in Pike County Papers No. 1 - by T.J. Tackett and Frank Forsyth; Introduction; Growing up in Pike County in the 1860s - by Alla M. Huffman; Genealogy of the Isons - by Jessie (Ison) Horne; Polk's Kentucky State Gazetter - by Faye Burke and Anna Forsyth; Pike County Andersons - by Elsie (Anderson) Hudson and Dorcas Hobbs; Letter to Josephine and Lorraine - by Mrs. W.J. Walters; William and Pricey (Bishop) Hunt...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Floyd County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky
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Volume five of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: Introduction; In Memoriam - A Poem by Connie Ratliff; A Section Reserved for Dr. Leonard Ward Roberts; A Poem by William McKinley Justice and an Article, a Poem and Pictures Submitted by His Daughter, Alice Kinder; A Biography of Richard Keesee by Clyde Runyon; The 1810 Floyd County Census by Claire Kelly; The 1840 Pike County Census by Dorcas Hobbs; Some Records of Dr. W.H.C. Johnson ( 1849-1942); The Roll of Company...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Floyd County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky
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by May, Eldon; May, Ruth; Kelly, Claire; Hobbs, Dorcas; Roberts, Leonard; Editors
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Volume four of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: The Sowards Family of Pike County - by Lois S. Coleman; Cemetery Inventory - by Eldon J. and Ruthie May; Descendants of Jesse Jones of Feds Creek - by Miller, Wagner, Michael; Thomas McCoy's Descendants - by Brenda Gooslin; James and Sarah (Tackett) Hudson Family - by Elsie Hudson; The Millers of Feds Creek, Pike Co. - by Mary Miller, Lena Pugh; Marriages Listed in Floyd County Bond Book I: 1808-1822 - by Claire Kelly; History...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Floyd County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky, genealogy
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by Roberts, Leonard; Forsyth, Frank; Kelly Claire; Editors
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Volume two of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: Dedication; Introduction; Pike County Courthouse - by Frank Forsyth; First Tax List of 1823 - by Dorcas Hobbs; Pike County Wills - by Faye Burke; Marriage Records of Pike County - by John Jay Johnson; Pikeville Landmark - by Frank Forsyth; the Powell Family - by Eva K. Powell; Peter Cline, Sr., Pioneer Settler - by Virginia M. Bare; Cornelious Roberts Family - by Rodney Veitschegger; Notes on the Branhams - by Lawrence Branham;...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky, genealogy
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by May, Eldon; Hobbs, Dorcas; Kelly, Claire; May Ruth; Editors
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Volume six of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: In Memory of Anna Forsyth; Some Early Minutes of the Pike County Historical Society; Home to be of the Society; Revolutionary War Soldiers - submitted by Dorcas Hobbs: Baisden, John Smith - Childers, Pleasant - Davis, William Sr. - Ford, Joseph - Jackson, James - Lesley, Robert & William R. - May, John - Potter, Abram - Trout, Christian; 1835 Tax List - Prepared by Dorcas Hobbs; 1843-1949 Death Records of Pond Creek Regular...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Floyd County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky, genealogy
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Volume one of the Pike County Historical Papers. Table of Contents: The Pike County Historical Society; The Resolution by the Commonwealth of Kentucky; Brief Outline of the Formation of Pike County and Pikeville, Kentucky; Daniel Boone in Eastern Kentucky - by Henry P. Scalf; Pages of the Past (and excerpt) - by Jeanette Elswick; Milton W. Remines - by Mrs. L.J. Horne; First Settlers on Robinson Creek - as reported to Mrs. Horne; Steamboats on the Big Sandy - by Dan W. Wheeler; Boatin' the Big...
Topics: Appalachia, Genealogy, Pike County, Kentucky, Pikeville, Kentucky
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by Pikeville College; Shelby Stanley, Editor and Elaine Battistello, Assistant Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Elaine Battistello and Bonnie West, Co-Editors
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Armington Science Center plan photos (page 16) and Page Hall construction plans (page 17). Thomas H. Johns is also inaugurated (pages 14-15). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its...
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by Pikeville College; Janet LeMaster and Jimmie Steele, Co-Editors
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The dedication of Spilman Apartments (page 96). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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by Pikeville College; Stephanie Williamson and John Stanley, Editors
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Front cover: "1987 Highlander : 60th edition" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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by Pikeville College; George W. Greene, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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Celebration of President A.A. Page and Pikeville College becoming a four-year college. -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from...
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by Pikeville College; Susan Allen and Judy Stewardson, Co-Editors
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Haylee Combs, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; G. Elaine Battistello, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Rossalene Mullins, Editor-in-Chief
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Nelson Maynard, Editor-in-Chief
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The B.H. Jarman Inauguration (page 97), Spilman plans and construction (page 8), and Marvin Student Center opening information and photos (pages 4-5). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until...
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Front cover: "Bearopoly 2007," title page: "Pikeville College 2007 Edition" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Gordon Hensley, Editor
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A section about President William Owens leaving the college (pages 6-7). Front cover: "Highlander 1997 : Road Less Traveled" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in...
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by Pikeville College; J.J. Walker, Editor
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Inauguration of President Harold Smith (page 6). Title page: "Highlander 1998 : A Time for Change" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; George W. Greene, Editor-in-Chief
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Shelia Stiltner, Editor and Lisa Billiter, Assistant Editor
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Photos of the April 4-5, 1977 Flood (pages 94-103). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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by Pikeville College; Alan D. Lawson, Editor
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Photos of the construction of Armington Science Center (page 83). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to...
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Inauguaration of President Paul Patton (pages 14-17). Front cover: "Road to the Future" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Brenda Hamilton and Jerri Ward, Co-Editors
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Judi Bentley, Editor-in-Chief
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Heidi M. Couch and Racheal R. Charles, Co-Editors
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Baretta Casey, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Christy Thompson, Editor
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Front cover: "Pikeville College Highlander 1996 : Once upon a timeļ¾…" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The...
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Pikeville College; Jim Steele, Editor, and Edith Jones and Shelby Stanley, Assistant Editors
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Rediford Damron becomes the Acting President (page 21). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Pikeville College; Sheryl Cable, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Zelda Newsome Hall, Editor
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Front cover: "Pikeville College : 88-89" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Students of Pikeville College
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College
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Front cover: "PC2K" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the...
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by Pikeville College
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Title page: "The Highlander 1999 : One Last Look" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to...
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by Pikeville College; Melissa Trader, Editor
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Front cover: "Highlander '94 : We're a Different World" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to...
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by Students of Pikeville College
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
Topics: Yearbooks, Pikeville Collegiate Institute, Pikeville Academy, Pikeville College, Appalachia
The Pikeville College catalogs supply a brief historical outline of the school, a review of the faculty, course work and programs, and information on campus life and costs. The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997.
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by Pikeville College; Baretta Casey, Editor
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Coverage of President Jackson O. Hall leaving the school (pages 66-67). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record"...
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by Pikeville College; Melissa Trader, Editor
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Photos of the construction of an addition to Record Memorial, and construction of a bridge to the Frank M. Allara Library (pages 136-137). Front cover: "Life on the Hill" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which...
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The Pikeville College catalogs supply a brief historical outline of the school, a review of the faculty, course work and programs, and information on campus life and costs. The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997.
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by Pikeville College
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Front cover: "PRODUCTION : It's Showtime," title page: "Pikeville College" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from...
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by Pikeville College
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Front cover and title page: "Pikeville College" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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by Pikeville College; Christy Thompson, Editor
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Front cover: "Highlander 1995 : Words to live by" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to...
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by Pikeville College
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Groundbreaking photos for Record Memorial (page 15). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Auxier, Hester, Editor; Morgan, Thelma, Faculty Advisor
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A small book of songs and chants used at Pikeville College and Pikeville Academy. It has lyrics, but no sheet music.
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Students of Pikeville College
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Sue Ann Sexton, Editor and Janis Kidd, Asst. Editor
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A welcome for the new President, Dr. B.H. Jarman (page 141). Raymond Bradley as acting President (page 29). -- TThe Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name...
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by Annual Staff of Pikeville College, 1928-29
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
Topics: Yearbooks, Pikeville Collegiate Institute, Pikeville Academy, Pikeville College, Appalachia
The Pikeville College catalogs supply a brief historical outline of the school, a review of the faculty, course work and programs, and information on campus life and costs. The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997.
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The Pikeville College catalogs supply a brief historical outline of the school, a review of the faculty, course work and programs, and information on campus life and costs. The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997.
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by Pikeville College
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Front covers: "Life Inspirations" -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The...
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by Pikeville College; J.H. Dotson, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College
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Photos of the dedication of the Frank M. Allara Library (pages 80-81). -- The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record"...
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University of Pikeville, Frank M. Allara Library
by Students of Pikeville College; Jack Dupuy, Editor-in-Chief
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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by Pikeville College; Lisa Billiter, Editor
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The Pikeville Collegiate Institute was established in 1889 by the Presbyterian Church. It later became a junior college, and eventually a four-year undergraduate institution. The school also has the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, which opened in 1997. This was the yearbook for Pikeville College, which also included the Academy until its closing in 1955. The yearbook name was changed from "The Record" to "The Highlander" when the school moved from College Street to...
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